Infinite Hope Necklace and Bracelet Set Free Pattern

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cover | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesignWhenever I go shopping at Craft Stores I always tend to end up in the jewellery making aisles – looking for beads or other items I can work into my crochet projects.

I really love to be able to make something I can wear – and jewellery projects can be quickly made and worn even in the same day 🙂 There really is nothing quite like projects that provide instant gratification!

Plus jewellery seems to get a lot of compliments and even friends who do not appreciate crochet per se do appreciate lovely little jewellery items!

For me it is a win-win situation – I can make them something personal (and make it super quick!)- and they aren’t stuck with a sweater, blanket, or scarf they really do not want and that takes me hours of precious time to create.

I whipped up this set in less than 2 hours – it is easy and relaxing to work (after you understand how the rings join together) and you can sit in front of the TV and just accomplish something simple yet pretty – for yourself – or for a friend 🙂

Infinite Hope Necklace and Bracelet Set

2 Infinite Hope Bracelet

Supplies:
Hook: 2.25 mm (B)
Beads: 19 shell ring beads (each bead is 1.5 cm in diameter and the inner space is 1 cm in diameter); or plastic rings, or washers
Yarn: Aunt Lydia’s Classic 10 Crochet Thread (shown in Ocean)Supplies | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

Finished Sizes:

Necklace: just over 21″
Bracelet: just over 7″ (will stretch slightly!)

You can easily customize these to any length 🙂

PART 1:

Infinite Hope Bracelet

Please note I will call the beads “ring(s)” for the duration of this post.

Step 1: With a slip knot on your hook, insert your hook through the center of the ring.

Step 1 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

 

Step 2: Yarn over the hook and pull up 1 loop. You now have 2 loops on your hook.

Step 2 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesignStep 3: Yarn over the hook.

Step 3 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesignStep 4: Pull through both loops on your hook. Your first sc is now complete.

Step 4 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

Step 5: Continue working sc stitches around the edge of the ring, until you have covered half of the circumference. For these rings I worked 10 sc stitches to reach my midpoint.

Step 6 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesignStep 6: Insert your hook into the center of the next ring; yarn over the hook.

Step 6 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesignStep 7: Pull up 1 loop. You now have 2 loops on your hook.  Yarn over the hook

Step 7 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

Step 8: Pull through both of the loops on the hook. You have completed the first sc on the second ring.

Step 8 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

Step 9: Continue working sc sts around the circumference of the ring until you reach the halfway point. For my rings it takes 10 sc sts to reach this point.

Step 9 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

Here is a photo showing you the 2 rings without my big fingers in the way 😉

Worked halfway | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

You can easily use any yarn, hook and ring size to make this set!

You just need to find the number of stitches you need to work to reach your half-way point. Then continue to work this same number of  stitches for each ring.

Easy Peasy!

Step 10: Continue adding more rings in the same way until you reach the length you want. For my bracelet (photo below) I used 9 rings for a finished length of 7″ (it does stretch just enough to go over my hand – I have very moveable joints though {some call it double jointed I believe} so you may want an extra ring!). For my necklace I used 10 rings but I will give you the instructions for the necklace at the end of the post! Step 10 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

Step 11: Work an additional 10 sc stitches around the end ring. This will bring you back to the ‘join’ between the two rings.

Step 11 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

Step 12: Skip the first sc on the ring and insert your hook under both loops of the next sc on the same ring.

Step 12 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

 

Step 13: Yarn over the hook and pull through the stitch (i.e the two loops of the sc in Step 12) and the loop on your hook. Note: You just completed a slip stitch.

Step 13 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

Step 14: Now begin working in the next ring. Crochet 10 sc in this ring.

Step 14 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

Step 15: Work 1 sl st in the 2nd st in the same ring.

Step 15 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

Step 16: Continue working across all the remaining rings. In each ring work: 10 sc; 1 sl st to the 2nd st of the same ring.

Step 16 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

 

Step 17: Place both right sides facing inward (i.e. the ‘good sides’ face together), chain 1

Step 17 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

Step 18: Insert your hook under both loops, of both of the stitches, directly across from each other (see image). Now work 1 sl st to close the bracelet. Finish off and weave in your ends!

Step 18 | Infinite Hope Set | Free Pattern @OombawkaDesign

 

To make your matching necklace…

PART 2:

Infinite Hope Necklace

PART 1: Infinite Hope Bracelet

 

To make the same necklace as the one I made, you will use 10 rings. Follow the steps above to the end of Step 16. Then chain 100 sts and sl st to the edge the first ring. Be sure not to let the chain twist before you sl st it to the first ring! Finish off and weave in ends.  My necklace measures just over 21″ in length.

You can alternately use more rings to make a full necklace in the rings – or less rings…the sky really is the limit for this one. Now you know how to join these rings together you really do have an unlimited number of options.

They are even light enough (the shell rings) to make earrings if you wanted too!

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13 Comments

  1. excellent instruction and clear diagramatic representation.
    thanks for the share

  2. Wat lovely bracelet n necklace set.. Would love to try this pattern with other shapes like triangles or squares.. Do u think it’ll work?

  3. This looks so fun. The possibilities are endless with using different yarns and ring sizes. Can’t wait to start.

  4. The necklace and bracelet are really lovely. Thank you Rhondda. I might try to make them with embroidery thread.

  5. I love this necklace and bracelet set, and I definitely would also make matching earrings as well!